Brittany Vincent Archives
Brittany Vincent has been covering video games and tech for over
a decade for publications like G4, Popular Science, Playboy, Empire,
Complex, IGN, GamesRadar, Polygon, Kotaku, Maxim, GameSpot, Variety,
Rolling Stone, Yahoo, and more. She's also appeared as a speaker at
video game conventions like PAX East and has coordinated social media
for companies like CNET.
Bugsnax is a different kind of game from Young Horses, the folks that brought you Octodad: Dadliest Catch, and it's absolutely delightful.
One of the new PlayStation 5 games announce today,Pragmata, is reminiscent of a Kojima Productions game from top to bottom.
Antony Johnston, best known for writing the story of the original horror classic Dead Space, is about to reveal his latest project this week.
Square Enix just debuted two official Final Fantasy XIV playlists across streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.
Ikumi Nakamura is interested in pitching another game in the Okami series, and frankly we're ready to see more of the adventure game.
Wear a cool-looking Mario mask when you go out in public to keep yourself and others safe from the novel coronavirus while doing it in style.
A build of the unreleased Dead Island 2 from 2015 has leaked, and it looks like a cool riff on the original game.
You can support ending racial inequality by spending $5 or more to take home nearly 800 games as part of this itch.io bundle.
Electronic Arts has issued a statement on the actions it is taking in its sports games to prevent the spread of racist speech.
Destiny 2's Warmind AI Rasputin finally defeated The Almighty during a lengthy fight that meant fireworks for those watching.
Not everything has to be about graphics all the time. These retro-looking games are still very much exciting to play.
A Bloodborne remaster could be on its way to PS5 by way of Bluepoint Games here in the coming months if the rumors are true.
Half-Life: Alyx now has a mod that recreates the terrifying P.T. by Hideo Kojima that was meant to be the basis for Silent Hills.
Call of Duty developer Infinity Ward wants to make changes to the way racist content is often spread on its platform.
One talented Animal Crossing: New Horizons player recreated a Pokemon battle in-game to hilarious results, and you can see it now.